The perfect way to knock yourself out of the February blahs, Stash 29 is an inspirational, offbeat and unpredictable collection of animation, VFX and motion design guaranteed to get both sides of your brain firing on every available cylinder.
Highlights include the epic and quasi-hallucinatory “Meta7” from Nanospore for Nike and Wieden+Kennedy Tokyo (on the cover), the newest Halo 3 extravaganza from Joseph Kosinski and Digital Domain, Lobo's “Onesong” video for Skank, two new Signature series IDs from artists Chris Yormick and Nathan Riefke for Fuel TV, the new “Like a Pen” video from director Andreas Nilsson for The Knife and the spectacular new “Samurai” short film for GE from Three Legged Legs.
The BONUS FILMS on this issue are a curious collection of three experimental shorts – including “Tournis” from A-list spot director François Vogel – that ignore or happily abuse the boundaries of conventional film making.
Your BONUS MUSIC tracks on 29 are all from the fine people at New York indie label Scatalogics Records and include infectious fare from Ulysses, The Alpha Male, Gerry Todd, Todd Sines and Italo-disco legend Alexander Robotnick.
Stash 29 is overflowing with international talent you may have never heard of but will want to keep an eye on. Watch for fresh new work from up and coming studios like Aixsponza from Berlin, Furia Digital from Madrid, Nomoon and SL Co from Paris, Gravity from Tel Aviv, and directors Marcelo Garcia from Brazil, Sean Wainsteim and Mike Weiss from Toronto, Elena Wen and Wes Richardson from New York, Erica Akerland from London, Christina Seresini from Milan, Rimantas Lukavicius from Lithuania, Xavier Chassaing and the director/animator team of Mathieu Wothké and Frederick Bonpapa from Paris and the brave souls at Alt TV in Auckland.
Of course the established, legendary and newly influential names you know and love are here too including Buck for TV Land, Kyle Cooper and Prologue Films for The Painted Veil, Ring of Fire and Lebron James for Nike, Up the Resolution for Coldcut, Sherbet for Irn Bru, National Television for Volvo and Lambo for Fuel TV.
February will never be the same.
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